Consultant (this posting is now closed/inactive)

  • Company: Bates White
  • Location: Washington, DC  20005 United States
  • Date posted: 08/20/14
  • Requisition code: NA
  • Job #: 371286
  • Job Category:Consulting
  • Job Sub-Category:Economic
  • Job Type:Fulltime
  • Compensation: NA

Job Description

About Bates White

Bates White is a consulting firm offering services to law firms, Fortune 500 companies, and government agencies. We specialize in advanced economic and financial analysis and excel at complex matters that require sophisticated problem solving and deep empirical analysis. We are consistently ranked by Vault as a top 50 consulting firm.

Position Summary

Consultants work on teams to develop rigorous, high-quality economic analysis and reports. A Consultant contributes to all aspects of a project, from inception to completion. Consultants conduct research on various subjects; work with databases, spreadsheets, and other tools to analyze data and information; create economic and business models; synthesize facts; communicate with experts and clients; and prepare presentations and reports. Consultants receive extensive formal training, continual learning and leadership opportunities, and ongoing mentoring from firm leaders. They work side-by-side with colleagues at all levels and backgrounds, from PhD economists to lawyers and MBAs. Consultants also participate in community programs, recruiting activities, and other firm initiatives.  

Job Requirements

We seek individuals who are motivated by intellectually stimulating work, possess an outstanding academic record, and exude strong leadership skills. An aptitude for numbers and analysis as well as strong writing skills are highly valued. We also look for personal qualities that include creativity, independence, self-confidence, and tenacity. Candidates should be current seniors with an overall GPA of 3.3 or higher. An undergraduate degree is required and can be from a wide range of disciplines. Bates White values candidates from diverse academic backgrounds and while training in economics is helpful, it is not a requirement.

Contact Information/Application Instructions

For consideration, please submit a cover letter, resume, transcript, and writing sample that reflects your research and/or analysis of a particular issue to our website ( Please note that incomplete applications will not be considered.  For more information, please visit

Job #: 371286